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  • proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Ronald Stewart Byles (fl. 1957).


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  • Meanwhile, at the top, Stewart, former Partnerships for Schools chief Tim Byles and Andrew Rose, the acting chief executive of IUK who has recently resigned his post, have all defected to the private sector in recent months.

    PFI promises are more rhetoric than reality

  • Tim Byles, chief executive of the Partnerships for Schools, the agency responsible for the programme, said behaviour could be improved by good design.

    Unisex Restrooms Recommended to Thwart Bullies | Impact Lab

  • The crew member who picked up my call was my friend Dan Byles, who had rowed the Atlantic with his mother, Jan, in the first ever Atlantic rowing race in 1997.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • When Byles discovered that Rita had been driving it since 1981, he began legal proceedings to reclaim the car, which by now has more than 90,000 miles on it.

    Marley's Ghost In Babylon

  • But Byles charges that for much of the 1980s money that should have gone to the estate was diverted to offshore corporations controlled by Rita and her lawyers.

    Marley's Ghost In Babylon

  • Byles -- a conservative 79-year-old Kingston banker who never cared for Marley when he was alive -- has been hunting down the estate's assets with a relentlessness that has disconcerted even some of the heirs whose interests he is protecting.

    Marley's Ghost In Babylon

  • IUPUI led by as many as 13 in the second half when Maushae Byles 'jumper with 13: 39 left put the Jaguars ahead 41-28. - Scores

  • Byles only a few days since; and her presence makes the abomination doubly abominable.

    Dr. Birch and his young friends

  • Cockle Byles, of the Bengal Service; she, who turned up her little nose at Essex Temple, Q.C., and connected with the noble house of

    The Book of Snobs

  • Byles composed his great work upon bills, and Smith compiled his immortal leading cases — here Gustavus still toils, with

    The History of Pendennis


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